In the honeymoon phase, first impressions are everything, but just like certain relationships are more complex, some smartphones should never be judged by just one video.

The LG G5 is unlike any other smartphone we’ve reviewed in years. The last time modular design was popular was more than a decade ago with the COMPAQ iPAQ, and at a time when smartphones have begun to get boring, the G5 is a breath of fresh air. Instead of having to choose between great design or expandability, LG tries to solve both with the G5, and this is both good and bad.

Watch our first impressions video as we go deeper into the topic of the LG G5.

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